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    It is acknowledged that historically anti-food fraud capability within Europe has not been consolidated and lacks the coordination and support structures available to those working in food safety. There are various initiatives underway to redress this balance e.g. DGSanté’s Food Fraud network, DG Research’s FoodIntegrity project, as well as numerous national programmes and industry initiatives. One pivotal area that still needs to be addressed is bringing together national research funding bodies to facilitate the development of transnational research programmes.

    United Kingdom
    • Food safety and Human nutrition

    It is acknowledged that historically anti-food fraud capability within Europe has not been consolidated and lacks the coordination and support structures available to those working in food safety. There are various initiatives underway to redress this balance e.g. DGSanté’s Food Fraud network, DG Research’s FoodIntegrity project, as well as numerous national programmes and industry initiatives. One pivotal area that still needs to be addressed is bringing together national research funding bodies to facilitate the development of transnational research programmes.

    United Kingdom
    • Food safety and Human nutrition

    The PLAID project (Peer-to-peer Learning: Accessing Innovation through Demonstration) will identify, compile and make publically accessible the topics, locations, best practices and innovative approaches to demonstration on commercial farms in the EU 28, Switzerland and Norway.

    United Kingdom
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    The PLAID project (Peer-to-peer Learning: Accessing Innovation through Demonstration) will identify, compile and make publically accessible the topics, locations, best practices and innovative approaches to demonstration on commercial farms in the EU 28, Switzerland and Norway.

    United Kingdom
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    The Culture Collection of Algae and Protozoa (CCAP) is located within the Scottish Association for Marine Science campus on the Dunstaffnage peninsula near Oban on the scenic west coast of Scotland.

    It is a component of the UK's scientific infrastructure and is funded by the Natural...read more

    Oban, United Kingdom
    • Fisheries and Aquaculture

    The main MBA Collection consists of some 400 strains from 80 genera of marine phytoplankton. Many Plymouth strains are not held by any other collection in the world. Within the collection we have a large number of Emiliania huxleyi  strains and Dunaliella species contributed by major...read more

    Plymouth, United Kingdom
    • Fisheries and Aquaculture

    The Infrastructure for Systems Biology Europe (ISBE) is a distributed RI that will enable efficient access to the best systems biology expertise, resources and services (stateof-the-art facilities, data, models, tools and training) by interconnecting national systems biology centres and making...

    Kensington, London, SW7 2AZ, GB
    • Agriculture - General

    SAMS is governed by an independent non-executive Governing Council, led by the Chair, supported by a number of sub-committees. Our commercial subsidiary company SAMS Research Services Limited is governed by its own Board. Governing Council members are the non-executive directors of the company and trustees of the charity.

    Ultimate legal responsibility for SAMS' operations rests with the Governing Council. The Governing Council appoints the Director and delegates the running of SAMS to the Director and the executive team.

    Argyll, United Kingdom
    • Fisheries and Aquaculture

    The European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) shares data from life science experiments, performs basic research in computational biology and offers an extensive user training programme, supporting researchers in academia and industry. We are part of EMBL, Europe’s flagship laboratory for the life sciences. 

    Hinxton, United Kingdom
    • Information Management

    The Marine Biological Association (MBA) is one of the world’s longest-running societies dedicated to promoting research into our oceans and the life they support. Since 1884 we have been providing a unified, clear, independent voice on behalf of the marine biological community and currently have a growing membership in over 40 countries. We also run a leading marine biological research laboratory where many eminent scientists - including 7 Nobel prize winners - have carried out their research.

    Citadel Hill Plymouth, United Kingdom
    • Fisheries and Aquaculture

    NIAB is a pioneering plant science organisation based at the heart of the Cambridge science, technology and university communities and a thriving UK agricultural industry.

    With over 90 years experience in the agricultural and food sectors, NIAB has an internationally recognised reputation for independence, innovation and integrity. Our traditional activities have always focused on science-led plant variety and seeds characterisation, evaluation, quality control and knowledge transfer.

    Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • Plant Production and Protection

    Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) – has 1,500 staff providing education, training, research, advice and consultancy services to the land-based industries. SRUC has a particular focus on interdisciplinary research delivered to a wide range of funders and stakeholders across the UK, Europe and over 55 countries worldwide. It has a strong track record in research that helps better understand and meet the needs of a wide range of future farming systems.

    Craibstone Estate, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
    • Agri-food Education and Extension